Sunday, July 14, 2024

Liberty appoints CFO for its European business

Liberty Steel Group has appointed Andreas Böcskör as the new Chief Financial Officer of its European business which includes plants at Scunthorpe, Brinsworth, Rotherham, and Stockbridge in our region.

Andreas brings a wealth of experience to Liberty’s business, most notably from his recent tenure at the industry group Schoeller-Bleckmann Oilfield Equipment, where he led key projects in strategy, mergers and acquisitions, and played an integral part in establishing a robust global organisation with a focus on legal, finance, and sustainability initiatives.

He will oversee all financial aspects of Liberty’s European operations, including strategic financial planning and reporting, risk management, and ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements. As a key member of Thomas Gangl’s executive team, his expertise will be crucial in aligning Liberty’s financial strategies with its sustainability objectives and accelerating its green steel transformation agenda.

Sanjeev Gupta, Executive Chairman, Liberty Steel Group said: “Andreas’s arrival comes at a pivotal time for Liberty as we complete our restructuring in Europe and set a strategic framework for the future. With Thomas Gangl and Andreas now in post we’re building a strong and experienced leadership team in Europe that will help us weather tough market conditions and forge a sustainable future in green steel.”

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